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Boo!: Volume Two

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A dozen dark tales (and one rather sweet) make up this sugar-free Halloween treat. Attention—the stories in this collection may contain one or more of the following: violence, dark or disturbing themes, profanity, humor, wit, sappiness, and flashes of genius. The stories may induce nausea, creepy-crawly sensations, random bursts of laughter, or twisted dreams. Do not A dozen dark tales (and one rather sweet) make up this sugar-free Halloween treat. Attention—the stories in this collection may contain one or more of the following: violence, dark or disturbing themes, profanity, humor, wit, sappiness, and flashes of genius. The stories may induce nausea, creepy-crawly sensations, random bursts of laughter, or twisted dreams. Do not attempt to drive or operate machinery while consuming Boo! Volume Two. For external use only. Use only as directed. -- Revenge of the Remora – Lynne Cantwell Crayfish – JD Mader Accidents Will Happen – Erin McGowan The Greengrass Legacy – Jen Daniele Rites of the Heart – Ann Cathey Toynbee's Folly – Rich Meyer Under the Moon – LB Clark Houdini Night – Laurie Boris Beauty is Only Skin Deep – Asher Cathey Greenlight – David Antrobus When Ghosts Want to Play – Kristina Jackson The Procedure – Christopher O’Banion Blood of Christ – Rich Meyer


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A dozen dark tales (and one rather sweet) make up this sugar-free Halloween treat. Attention—the stories in this collection may contain one or more of the following: violence, dark or disturbing themes, profanity, humor, wit, sappiness, and flashes of genius. The stories may induce nausea, creepy-crawly sensations, random bursts of laughter, or twisted dreams. Do not A dozen dark tales (and one rather sweet) make up this sugar-free Halloween treat. Attention—the stories in this collection may contain one or more of the following: violence, dark or disturbing themes, profanity, humor, wit, sappiness, and flashes of genius. The stories may induce nausea, creepy-crawly sensations, random bursts of laughter, or twisted dreams. Do not attempt to drive or operate machinery while consuming Boo! Volume Two. For external use only. Use only as directed. -- Revenge of the Remora – Lynne Cantwell Crayfish – JD Mader Accidents Will Happen – Erin McGowan The Greengrass Legacy – Jen Daniele Rites of the Heart – Ann Cathey Toynbee's Folly – Rich Meyer Under the Moon – LB Clark Houdini Night – Laurie Boris Beauty is Only Skin Deep – Asher Cathey Greenlight – David Antrobus When Ghosts Want to Play – Kristina Jackson The Procedure – Christopher O’Banion Blood of Christ – Rich Meyer

12 review for Boo!: Volume Two

  1. 4 out of 5

    Al

    The thing that struck me about Boo: Volume Two is that, while aiming to frighten, spook, and creep-out the reader, they aren’t all stories I’d classify as horror. Genre-wise they read like fantasy, science fiction, and others (usually whatever genre the author specializes in) with a horror-like element. For example, Lynne Cantwell’s Revenge of the Remora is a Contemporary or Urban Fantasy about two girls who are friends, but both after the same guy, a high school friend who is now a big time The thing that struck me about Boo: Volume Two is that, while aiming to frighten, spook, and creep-out the reader, they aren’t all stories I’d classify as horror. Genre-wise they read like fantasy, science fiction, and others (usually whatever genre the author specializes in) with a horror-like element. For example, Lynne Cantwell’s Revenge of the Remora is a Contemporary or Urban Fantasy about two girls who are friends, but both after the same guy, a high school friend who is now a big time musician. The fantasy element of the story turns out to be where the spooky or frightening part of the story comes from. I enjoyed most of the stories with Cantwell’s, Rich Meyer’s Toynbee’s Folly, LB Clark’s Under the Moon, and The Procedure by Christopher O’Banion as those that stood out for me. But, with a wide variety of stories, none of them bad, your list will surely be different. **Originally written for "Books and Pals" book blog. May have received a free review copy. **

  2. 5 out of 5

    Nicole Storey

    I really enjoyed this anthology of spooky stories – most written by some of my favorite Indie authors. This is the second volume from the DB Collective and, though I enjoyed the first volume more, it is definitely worth the read. There is something for everyone, including those who love romance. It's the perfect time to cozy up with a comfy blanket, hot beverage, and some frightful reads. For 0.99, you can beat this collection, Folks. All of the money goes to charity, too. Give this anthology a I really enjoyed this anthology of spooky stories – most written by some of my favorite Indie authors. This is the second volume from the DB Collective and, though I enjoyed the first volume more, it is definitely worth the read. There is something for everyone, including those who love romance. It's the perfect time to cozy up with a comfy blanket, hot beverage, and some frightful reads. For 0.99, you can beat this collection, Folks. All of the money goes to charity, too. Give this anthology a try and you'll come to love these writers as much as I do.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Kay Robinett

  4. 4 out of 5

    Ann Cathey

  5. 5 out of 5

    Lynne Cantwell

  6. 5 out of 5

    Christina Browne

  7. 4 out of 5

    Jocelyn Stark

  8. 5 out of 5

    Ummmohd75

  9. 5 out of 5

    Kamy Smith

  10. 5 out of 5

    Genereams

  11. 4 out of 5

    Mark (UK)

  12. 5 out of 5

    Monica

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